The Manly Warringah Cricket Association Twenty20 competition commences in November each year, with games every two or three weekends on Sunday afternoons.
The Twenty20 competition is perfect for players who don't want to commit to weekly Saturday afternoon cricket and for regular players who just can't get enough.
Collaroy Plateau Cricket Club has entered two teams into this competition for the past few years - the flagship 'A' Team and 'the Ogres'.
The A Team
The 'A Team' in Twenty20 have been the most successful Collaroy Plateau Cricket Club team in recent history, winning the Mike Pawley Cup 3 of the past 4 years.
The team has always consisted of a variety of CPCC players, including some usual faces. The winning team for 2014/15 also saw ex Plateau Junior and now Manly First Grade fast bowler Nick McLachlan return to the Towers.
The Ogres, or, "Old Guys Really Enjoy Schooners", were formed by a group of Dads keen to get back onto the park for some social cricket. The team has been a great success in providing the enjoyment it was designed to and in the 2014/15 season they even achieved their first win and gave Plate finals series a shake! (Thanks to star recruit, ex New South Wales batsman, Marty Haywood)
The group have branched outside the means of the Twenty20 competition as well, going on a tour to Rylstone.